MANAGING WORK IN CONFINED SPACES
Breaks for refreshments are included in this overall total
This managing confined space training course is for those who may be involved in planning, organising and managing working safely in confined spaces. Managers who attend this course may or may not supervise the actual job.
This course covers hazards, controls, use of documents associated with confined space entries, use of environmental monitoring equipment, access equipment and escape breathing apparatus.
Due to the nature of the training course and the emphasis placed on communication, there is only a provision for the assessments to be undertaken in English. Therefore, candidates for this type of training must be able to understand and speak the English language.
The Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 states, under section 2, that anyone managing confined space entries, including working and emergency situations, must be able to demonstrate competence in identifying confined spaces, carrying our risk assessments, developing safe systems of work, utilising permits and devising emergency arrangements.
This course covers:
- What is meant by the terms ‘confined space’ and ‘specified risk’
- Principle requirements of the Safe Entry into Confined Space Regulations 1997
- Risk assessment requirements under the Management of Health & Safety at Work Regulations and the associated approved code of practice
- Basic principles of risk assessment relevant to confined spaces
- Permits to work – and why and when to utilise them
- The purpose and benefits of safe systems of work
- Principle requirements of the ‘Emergency Arrangements’ as required under the Safe Entry into Confined Space Regulations 1997
- Principle duties of a person responsible for managing entries into confined spaces
- Preparing relevant paperwork suitable for use in confined spaces
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This course is taught by experienced instructors who are experienced at managing confined spaces - with in depth knowledge on risk assessing work activity and developing safe systems of work.
The majority of our trainers are also real-life rescuers who have been part of emergency operations in the UK and around the world.
Delegates will need to pass all practical assessments and a written test to complete this course.
After completing this course, delegates will receive an MRS Training & Rescue certificate.
Certification lasts for 3 years.